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Monday - April 1, 2019 12:04 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Some restrictions to be made in the Facebook Live
Some restrictions to be made in the Facebook Live

The big changes in the laws of Facebook Live after the New Zealand attack

APR 01 (WTN) - If you are fond of Facebook Live, then this news is related to you. After the following attacks on two mosques of Christchurch in New Zealand, and its live stream on the Facebook Live, Facebook has decided to make changes to the rules of its live feature. According to the information, the company is going to add some restricting to the Facebook Live feature. After the New Zealand attack, the company will decide on the basis of various Criteria taht who can make Facebook Live.



According to the information, the company will take full care of who is going live on Facebook. For your information, let you know that on March 15, 50 people died in the racist attack in two mosques of Christchurch in New Zealand.

The assaulting person was a racist thinker of the whites who started firing in two mosques of Christchurch, in which 50 people lost their life. The attacker released a live video on Facebook of this incident since Facebook is being criticized.

 

After this incident, Facebook has identified more than 900 videos, which show this 17 minutes long carnage video, related to the incident. For your information, let you know that Facebook has identified this video through its AI tool, after which such a hat group has been removed in Australia and New Zealand. Respecting people's feelings, Facebook has removed 1.5 million videos of New Zealand attack from all over the world within 24 hours of the attack.



Here, a prominent Muslim group in France has said that they will file a case against Facebook and YouTube for inciting violence through video streaming. For your information, let you know that Facebook is the most commonly used social networking site in the world.



This is not the first time that the incident of violence through Facebook Live has broadcasted, many times before people have alleged that violence and obscenity are being broadcasted through Facebook Live. But it is being said that Facebook will pay attention toward this after the New Zealand incident, and will try hard not to allow adverse effects on the society due to Facebook Live.